Prime Video’s “The Boys” provokes the question: If we live our lives following what we hate, when will we find love?
Posts in Justice
Netflix’s new documentary “The Social Dilemma” paints a scary picture of how the tech industry, particularly social media, is having severe negative effects on society. And the lack of objective truth is the cause.
The first federal executions in 17 years took place this week. That should motivate you to watch the film “Just Mercy.”
A Model of Prophetic Hope on the Rio Grande for the Catholic Bishops
How can we articulate a fair immigration policy in a divided country?
On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Ian Peoples reflects on two different experiences of the Holocaust to find meaning and hope in the midst of unspeakable darkness.
Images of state violence against gang members in El Salvador troubled Christian. In Greg Boyle’s new book and in his experience at Homeboy Industries, he found a radically different approach.
Netflix’s new documentary “Seaspiracy” has lots of problems. A Jesuit marine biologist offers his take.
February 1st is the beginning of Black History Month. In order to help mark this month, The Jesuit Post is re-releasing “Know Justice, Know Peace: A Jesuit Antiracism Retreat.” Our re-release of the retreat includes translations of all twelve talks into both Spanish and French. Join us this month as we continue our process of conversion toward antiracism, in our own hearts and in our society at large.
What does the Church teach about racism? What about “implicit bias,” “systemic racism,” and reparations? Our latest addition to the Catholic 101 series answers these questions and more.